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About NEET

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test or NEET (UG) will be conducted by NTA from 2019 onwards. Intermediate graduates (10+2) with a minimum of 50% aggregate marks can apply online at nta.ac.in.

This year, the examination is scheduled for May 5 in offline (pen-paper) mode. Medical aspirants must note that the responsibility of NTA will be limited to the conduct of entrance exam, declaration of NEET Result and providing All India Rank to the Directorate General Health Services, Government of India. 

NEET 2019 and current Update

  • NTA has launched a mobile app for mock tests.
  • SC allows candidates above 25 years to apply as well!. 
  • Open school students can also apply for NEET 2019 subjected to Court’s verdict. 
  • NEET not required for AYUSH aspirants in Karnataka.
  • Content-Based Lectures for NEET 2019 by IIT Professors/ Subject Experts Released at nta.ac.in. 
  • As per the last order, students planning to study medicines from abroad are required to qualify NEET exam. 
  • Medical aspirants who did not appear for NEET 2018 can study abroad says MCI. 
  • The conducting body of NEET 2019 is the National Testing Agency.
  • A network of test centres will also be established by the NTA so that candidates from the rural areas can have ample opportunities to practice. 
  • To equate the two tests, measures like psychometric methods, standardisation techniques and the best of the two equated scores will be used. 
  • The manner of the tests will be scientific and developed jointly by psychometricians and subject matter experts.
  • Only J&K students have to submit self-declaration form for seats in 15% All India Quota. 
  • NEET PG Admit Card has been released on the official website.  

NEET Tentative Exam Dates

The NTA has announced the exam dates for the NEET examination. Candidates can check the table below to know about all the important dates of NEET. 

Application Form

November

NEET Application Form ends on December

Application Form Correction Window

December

(-)

Admit Card Release Date

April

Download Admit Card from nta.ac.in

NEET Exam Date

May

Exam duration will be 3 hours

Result Declaration

June

Check NEET Result online at nta.ac.in

Commencement of Counselling

June onwards

Counselling for 15% All India Quota is organizing by MCC of DGHS

What’s in NEET for me?

  • National Eligibility Entrance Test is the gateway to several top-notch medical and dental colleges at the undergraduate level. 
  • It is advisable to login to School Connect Online for Demo to get acquainted with the exam pattern.
  • Candidates can also go through the Study plan for NEET prepared by the School Connect team with a detailed timetable and section-wise distribution of syllabus that will allow all candidates to organize their preparation and revision in a strategic manner.

Name of the Examination

National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET)

Minimum Eligibility

Qualifying Marks in Class XII exam

Number of Questions

180

NEET Exam Syllabus

Physics, Chemistry and Biology syllabus of class 11th & 12th

Seats offered

56,000 (approx)

Purpose of examination

Admission to medical, dental, and AYUSH courses in India (except AIIMS and JIPMER)

NEET  Eligibility Criteria: Are you eligible?

Medical aspirants are required to fulfill certain eligibility in order to appear in the examination. The application forms of the ineligible candidates are not accepted, so aspirants are advised to through the NEET 2019 Eligibility Criteria listed below.

  • Indian nationals, OCI, PIO, NRI and foreign candidates will be eligible to apply.
  • The minimum age limit will be 17 years as on 31st December 2019.
  • Candidates must have passed 12th or equivalent exam from any recognized board.
  • In the qualifying exam, students must have physics, chemistry, biology/biotechnology and English subjects.
  • Candidates should have obtained minimum 50% marks (for general), 45% marks (for general PH) and 40% marks for SC/ST & OBC candidates in the PCB stream.
  • Candidates appearing in the qualifying exam are also eligible to apply.

NEET Application Form

The release date for the application form is November.The last date for filling up the application form is December 7, 2018. The mode of release and submission of NEET 2019 Application Form will be online. Aspirants can check below the step-by-step approach to fill in the application form.

Registration

Register on NEET website in order to access the application form. You will receive your ID and password on the registered ID or Mobile No. for future logins.

Filling the Application Form

Fill in the required details –  personal details, Choice of Examination Centre, Academic Details and Address and Details of Parents.

Uploading Documents

After carefully filling the above-mentioned details, upload your passport sized Photograph, Signature, and Left Hand Thumb Impression. 

Fee Payment

This is the final confirmation step, where you are required to remit the fee via:

  • Debit/ Credit Card
  • Net Banking
  • E-Wallets of different service providers
  • Offline Mode- Via challan

General/ OBC

INR 1400

SC/ST/PH

INR 750

Confirmation Page

  • After successful payment, a confirmation page will be generated.
  • Take a print out of the page and keep it safely for future use. Make note that the confirmation page is NOT to be sent to the board.
  • Preserve it until the end of admission and counseling process. For further assistance, you can refer to the detailed explanation of the application process at our NEET Application Form page.

NEET 2019 Admit Card

Candidates who have successfully submitted their application will be able to get the NEET 2019 Admit Card. Here we are providing details about admit card:

  • NEET hall ticket 2019 will be released from April 15, 2019.
  • The board will provide the facility to get the admit card via online mode.
  • A format for affixing of postcard size photograph will be released along with the admit card.
  • In case of any discrepancy found in the admit card, contact with the officials.
  • When a student will download their hall ticket, a PDF copy of the same will be sent to the candidate’s registered email ID.
  • Failing to produce necessary documents, candidate might not be allowed to appear for the exam.

NEET Exam Centers

  • The exam centres will be notified by the NTA before the release of the application form.
  • Previously, In 2018, NEET was held across 2255 exam centres in 136 cities.
  • Aspirants are required to fill in their choice of exam centre according to their order of preference while filling up the application.
  • However, the preference for NEET 2019 Exam Centers is still limited to 3 choices for all the applicants.
  • All the exam centers will have an option for taking NEET in English, Hindi and Urdu.
  • The option for vernacular languages will be limited to that particular state only. In total, 8 vernacular languages will be available apart from English, Hindi and Urdu.
  • Candidates in Jammu & Kashmir, Assam and Meghalaya without Aadhaar Card need to select exam cities within their own state only. Final allocation of the center will be done by NTA on first-cum-first-serve basis.
  • NEET exam centres will be allotted according to the preference of the candidates and also according to the availability of centres for conducting NEET.

NEET  Exam Pattern

Below are the details about NEET 2019 Exam Pattern:

  • Date of Exam: The exam will be organized on May 5, 2019.
  • Mode of Exam: The exam will be organized through Pen – Paper based (offline) mode.
  • Type of Questions: There will be objective type questions in the exam.
  • Duration: The exam duration will be of three hours.
  • Number of Questions: Total 180 questions will be asked.
  • Language: The question paper will be asked in Hindi, English, Gujarati, Marathi, Oriya, Bengali, Assamese, Telugu, Tamil, Urdu and Kananda languages.
  • Marking Scheme: For each correct answer, four marks will be given.
  • Negative Marking: For each incorrect answer, one mark will be deducted.

Physics

45

180

Chemistry

45

180

Zoology

45

180

Botany

45

180

Total

180

720

NEET Syllabus

Exam syllabus includes questions from Physics, Chemistry, and Biology curriculum of class XI and XII by CBSE. It is prepared after the Medical Council of India (MCI) reviews various State Syllabi as well as those prepared by NTA, CBSE, NCERT, and COBSE. 

Subjects included

Physics, Chemistry, Biology

Duration

3 hours

Exam Mode

Offline 

Number of Questions

180 (45 each from Physics, Chemistry, Botany, and Zoology)

Maximum Marks

720

Maximum marks per question

4

Marking Scheme

Correct Answer: +4 

Incorrect Answer: -1

No/ multiple Answers: 0

Type of Questions

Objective (MCQs)

Languages

English, Hindi, Assamese, Kannada, Odia, Tamil, Telugu, Marathi, Bengali & Gujarati

NEET Preparation for Physics

Complete NEET Guide: Physics

School Connect Online

40 Days Physics for NEET

SB Tripathi

29 Years NEET-AIPMT Chapterwise Solutions - Physics

MTG Editorial Board

Objective NCERT at Your Fingertips for NEET-AIIMS – Physics

School Connect Online

NEET Preparation for Biology

Complete NEET Guide: Biology

School Connect Online

29 Years Biology Chapterwise Solutions for CBSE AIPMT & NEET

School Connect Online

Objective Biology for NEET - Vol. I & II

School Connect Online

NCERT BOTANY Booster for NEET (AIPMT) AIIMS & All Other Medical Exam (First Edition 2016)

S. Ansari

NEET Preparation for Chemistry

Complete NEET Guide: Chemistry

School Connect Online

Objective NCERT Question Bank for NEET – Chemistry

School Connect Online

Previous Years NEET-AIPMT Chapterwise Solutions – Chemistry

School Connect Online

40 Days Chemistry for NEET

Sudhanshu Thakur

Qualifying Percentage

The qualifying percentage will depend on the candidate’s category. Tabulated below is the same:

General

50%

SC/ST/OBC

40%

General PH

45%

Details Mentioned on NEET Scorecard – 

  • Candidate’s Name
  • Date of Birth and Category
  • Scores secured in Physics, Chemistry and Biology
  • Total Marks Secured
  • Total Percentile 
  • All India Rank 
  • Category Rank
  • All India Quota Rank (15% Seats)
  • Cut off score for NEET Counselling
  • Qualification Status of candidates

NEET UG Rank List

  • The board will prepare a merit list as per the guidance of DGHS, MCI and DCI.
  • The merit list will be prepared for the 15% All India Quota.
  • Students will be invited for counselling as per their rank in the NEET UG examination.

NEET Counselling Procedure

NEET Counselling will be conducted for 15% All India Quota Seats and 85% for State Quota Seats. MCC under the aegis of MCI (Medical Council of India) manages the counselling for 15% AIQ seats while for remaining seats, state counselling authorities manage seat allotment and counselling. Seat Allocation will be done as per the rank and score obtained in the exam.

The basic process of NEET Counseling is indicated below for reference:

  • The counselling procedure requires qualified candidates to register online.
  • Once you’ve registered online, you can select the course and colleges as per your preference. Save and lock your choices once you’re done with the selection.
  • The process of seat allotment will be conducted in three rounds based on your rank and the choices filled during the online registration.
  • While most institutes follow a centralized counselling process, some may have their own counselling procedures.

NEET Admission Process 

After counselling, candidates must report to their allotted colleges within the specified time period. For the admission process, candidates must take original documents for verification along with self attested photocopies.

Paperwork: Documents Required

  • High School & Intermediate Marksheets
  • High School & Intermediate Passing Certificate
  • NEET Admit card
  • NEET Rank Letter
  • Category Certificate (For reserved category candidates)
  • Birth Certificate
  • 8-10 Passport Sized Photographs
  • Provisional Allotment Letter generated online
  • Identity proof

NEET Cut Off

Candidates have to secure marks more than cut off to qualify the examination. Candidates can check details about NEET cut off from below:

  • The cut off will be published through online mode.
  • It will be released along with the result.
  • The cut off will depend upon different factors like number of candidates appeared in the exam, student’s performance, difficulty level of the exam, etc.
  • The previous years qualifying cut off (out of 720 marks) of NEET UG exam is mentioned below:

Unreserved (UR)

360

OBC, SC & ST

288

UR – PH

324

OBC, SC, ST – PH

288

NEET 2018 Cut off

The regulating body i.e. NTA will release the Cut off in June 2018 post declaration of results. Here’s a list of the top colleges with their opening and closing ranks.

Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi

1

7643

Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi

35

11397

B. J. Medical College, Ahmedabad

71

20508

Government Medical College and Hospital, Chandigarh

73

5109

Bangalore Medical College and Research Institute, Bangalore

82

22347

Sawai Man Singh Medical College, Jaipur

99

56117

Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Group of Hospitals, Mumbai

104

58243

NEET Important Topics

It is not advisable to leave any topic from the Syllabus for NEET, one must know what is important. The key to ace the exam is to prioritize and settle for the most important topics. Here’s a list of important topics that you should target first.

Important Topics in Physics for NEET

It is always wise to pick up topics that carry high weightage.

  • Theory-based questions include questions from Modern Physics, Magnetism, Heat and Thermo Dynamics, Oscillations, etc.
  • Magnetic Effects of Current covers more marks than any other unit in NEET Physics Section as per previous years’ paper analysis.
  • Candidates must make sure that they cover these topics thoroughly to score decently in physics theory.
  • As far as Problem solving questions are concerned, one must gauge the formulae first. Thereafter, while solving the problem, check if the similar system of units is there, if not use the conversion rules. 

All the topics are mandatory but if are running out of time, then focus on those that carry high weightage marks. Some of them are:

  • Electrodynamics
  • Wave Optics
  • Semi conductors
  • Modern Physics
  • Rigid Body Dynamics
  • KTG & Thermodynamics

Topic-wise Weightage of Physics Section for NEET

Physics has always made students uncomfortable with the complexities in both numerical as well as theoretical aspects. While preparing for NEET, often do candidates try and mug up all the topics given in NEET Syllabus, however, it is always wise to first sort them as per their weightage and level of difficulty. Given below are the most important topics of Physics which can be asked in NEET 2018:

  • Mechanics
  • Electrodynamics
  • Modern Physics
  • Heat and Thermodynamics
  • Optics
  • SHM and Waves

The table below expounds upon the weightage and total marks from each unit and topic as is expected for the year 2018 in Physics section of NEET.

Unit and Topic

Number of Questions

Total Marks

Weightage Percentage

Electrodynamics

10

40

22.22%

Capacitance

1

4

2.22%

Current Electricity

2

8

4.44%

Electro Magnetic Field

3

12

6.67%

Electro Magnetic Induction

2

8

4.44%

Electrostatics

2

8

4.44%

Heat & Thermodynamics

5

20

11.11%

Heat Transfer

2

8

4.44%

KTG & Thermodynamics

3

12

6.67%

Mechanics

13

52

28.89%

Circular Motion

1

4

2.22%

Elasticity & Viscosity

1

4

2.22%

Fluid Mechanics & Properties of Matter

1

4

2.22%

Gravitation

2

8

4.44%

Newton’s Laws of Motion

1

4

2.22%

Rectilinear Motion & Vectors

1

4

2.22%

Relative Motion

1

4

2.22%

Rigid Body Dynamics

3

12

6.67%

Unit & Dimension

1

4

2.22%

Work, Power & Energy

1

4

2.22%

Modern Physics

8

32

17.78%

Electromagnetic waves & communication

1

4

2.22%

Modern Physics

3

12

6.67%

Nuclear Physics

1

4

2.22%

Semiconductors

3

12

6.67%

Optics

5

20

11.11%

Geometrical Optics & Physical Optics

2

8

4.44%

Wave optics

3

12

6.67%

SHM & Waves

4

16

8.89%

SHM

2

8

4.44%

Sound Waves

2

8

4.44%

 

NEET Physics Preparation: Topic Wise Tips

While preparing for NEET 2018, it becomes impertinent for candidates to get a clear picture of the important aspects of each unit, considering the commencement of both board preparation and NEET Preparation. So, given below are some of the useful tips on the most important chapters from Physics section of NEET 2018. 

How to Bridge Gap Between NEET and Boards Preparation

The foremost requirement is conceptual clarity. Before getting into the deeper analysis of any section, brush up your basics. Further, you can count on the topic-wise tips given below:

Work, Power & Energy: Understand the force. Deal with the Newton’s Laws of Motion and clear your concepts on conservative and non-conservative forces.

Light & Sound: Both travel as waves but light travels faster than sound waves. The wavelength of sound ranges between 1cm to 10m and it easily diffracts around corners while the wavelength of visible light ranges from 400nm-700nm.

Thermodynamics: Concepts on zeroth law of thermodynamics, 1st law of thermodynamics, Joules’ law, kinetic theory & gases and principle of calorimeter. Practice the diagrams of Carnot engine, study its efficiency and coefficient of performance.

Gravitation: Simple questions on universal law of gravitation, variation of ‘g’, with altitude and latitude, energy conservation, orbital velocity and escape velocity should be focused to fetch more marks.

Kinematics: Displacement, acceleration, average velocity, relative velocity are the basics of Kinematics. Try to visualize the numerical/ concepts before solving. Generally, questions based on projectile motion are straightly asked, stick to the formulae.

Laws of Motion: Conceptual questions and applications on laws of motion are sure to come in NEET Exam. These can be prepared well by practicing free body diagrams. Finding velocity of the colliding body in 1D is important.

Properties of Bulk Matter: Be thorough with fluid mechanics, as it is interrelated to many other subtopics of NEET Physics such as Bernoulli’s Theorem and velocity of efflux. Clear concepts on stress, strain, poisson’s ratio, advantages of elasticity and behavior of wire under increasing load can help you score better in NEET exam.

Important Topics in Chemistry for NEET

Chemistry in NEET 2019 is considered to be one of the easiest and scoring sections.

  • Pay equal attention to both, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry.
  • Be thorough with atomic structure, chemical bonding, Chemical Equilibrium and Acids, P Block elements, etc.
  • Apart from this you must solve the numerical problems regularly in order to perfect problem solving abilities.

NEET Preparation Tips for Chemistry

Some of the most important topics in Chemistry section are:

  • Chemical Bonding
  • Coordination Compounds
  • Carbonyl Compounds
  • Organic Chemistry-I

NEET Chemistry Questions are mainly derived out of three sections- Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry. Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure is the most important topic since the concept has been asked repetitively as per previous year question papers.  

Topic-wise Weightage of Chemistry Section for NEET

You must prepare proper study plan and timetable to prepare for NEET and try to complete the topics as per the schedule. For better preparation, practice previous years’ papers. The section wise weightage is given below-

Section

% Weightage

Inorganic Chemistry

36%

Organic Chemistry

28%

Physical Chemistry

36%

It is always beneficial to know number of questions from particular topic. Prior to 2016, AIPMT was conducted instead of NEET. In the following table, we have accumulated the data on number of questions asked in Chemistry section over the years. This will help you identify important topics in Chemistry section.

Tips and Tricks for NEET Chemistry Preparation

Chemistry is one of the scoring subject in NEET 2018. It is important to know which chapters should be given priority as per their weightage. Make different notebooks for different sections. Don’t mix-up the concepts.

Revise important formulae by practicing their respective numerical. Most of the numerical problems are asked from following chapters- Some basic concepts of Chemistry, Equilibrium, Chemical Kinetics, Solutions, Chemical Bonding, Structure of Atom, Thermodynamics, States of Matter and Electrochemistry.

Organic Chemistry: You should also be aware of atomic and chemical properties of halogens, chalcogens and nitrogen group. The concepts of acidity, the basicity of acids and basics like Lewis type, Bronstead type, etc. and knowledge of their salts like NaCl, KCl, etc fetch you great points.

Inorganic Chemistry: NCERT textbooks is the best reference study material for preparation of Inorganic Chemistry. Many a times, straight questions from NCERT books are asked. Pay extra attention to co-ordination compounds and d-block elements.

Do proper practice of the variety of questions before appearing in NEET exam, it will give you an idea of solving the questions. Learn all the exceptions.   

Physical Chemistry: Preparing flashcards for all named reactions helps a lot. It is the best and easiest way for revision of named reactions. Use different color of pens because human eye is more receptive to color. 

Revise the formulae and named reactions once before going to bed. So that you can dream a good chemistry! Doing exercise may seem a wastage but it is one of the important factors that a person requires relaxing their mind. It helps you in concentrating more.

Important Topics in Biology for NEET

Biology preparation is mainly segregated in two sections- Botany and Zoology. Over the past few years, biology has seen a rise in difficulty level.

  • For Botany, go through the topics related to plan diversity and classification.
  • Plant Physiology, however, can be less stressed upon, if you face time constraints.
  • for Zoology, focus on Reproductive Health, biodiversity, polygenic inheritance, Mendelian disorders, etc.

Given below are some of the important topics to be covered under this section of NEET.

NEET Preparation Tips for Biology

  • Plant Anatomy
  • Pollination
  • DNA Replication
  • Photosynthesis
  • PAGE Theory
  • Endocrine System
  • Excretory and Nervous System
  • Digestive System

How to Study Biology for NEET

As per the observations of past few years, difficulty level of Biology has risen. Until and unless you make a complete schedule of the way you want to study, you will not be able to complete the syllabus. To study Biology for NEET, candidates must ascertain first, the important topics from both the sub-sections (Botany & Zoology), their weightage and books which must be used for preparation.

Among all the topics, Animalia and Plantae are a bit confusing, therefore, require rigorous practice. Apart from this, Plant Physiology, Ecology, Cell Biology, Human Physiology, Molecular Basis of Inheritance, Biomolecules, and Biotechnology carry a lot of weightage.

Chapter-wise Weightage of Botany section in NEET 2018

Planning is the main step of NEET Preparation. Plan your studies! It is always wise to pick up those topics which carry high weightage, so, go for it. Plant Physiology and Ecology are the topics which carry high weightage but they take much time to prepare. All the topics are mandatory but if you are running out of time, then focus on those which carry high weightage.

Chapter Unit

Number of Question

Total Marks

Weightage Percentage

Biological Classification

3

12

6.00%

Kingdom Monera

2

8

4.00%

Virus

1

4

2.00%

Cell Biology

4

16

8.00%

Cell Division

2

8

4.00%

Mitochondria

1

4

2.00%

Prokaryotic Cell

1

4

2.00%

Ecology

6

24

12.00%

Biodiversity

1

4

2.00%

Biosphere Reverse

1

4

2.00%

Ecosystem

1

4

2.00%

Environmental Issues

1

4

2.00%

Population Growth Model

1

4

2.00%

Stratification

1

4

2.00%

Genetics

5

20

10.00%

Blood Grouping

1

4

2.00%

Genetic Disorders

2

8

4.00%

Mendal’s Biography

1

4

2.00%

Mendal’s Selected Characters

1

4

2.00%

Living World

1

4

2.00%

Taxonomics Aids

1

4

2.00%

Molecular Basis of Inheritance

6

24

12.00%

DNA PAcking

1

4

2.00%

DNA Replication

2

8

4.00%

Genetic Code

1

4

2.00%

Genetic Material

1

4

2.00%

RNA Processing

1

4

2.00%

Morphology

1

4

2.00%

Root Modifiation

1

4

2.00%

Morphology of flowering plants

1

4

2.00%

Fruit

1

4

2.00%

Plant Anatomy

3

12

6.00%

Secondary Growth

2

8

4.00%

Wood

1

4

2.00%

Plant Kingdom

6

24

12.00%

Algae

2

8

4.00%

Angiosperms

1

4

2.00%

Gymnosperms

1

4

2.00%

Life Cycles

1

4

2.00%

Mycorrhizae

1

4

2.00%

Plant Morphology

2

8

4.00%

Root

1

4

2.00%

Steam Modification

1

4

2.00%

Cellular Respiration

1

4

2.00%

Mineral Nutrition-Biological Nitrogen Fixation

1

4

2.00%

Photosynthesis

2

8

4.00%

Plant Growth and Development

1

4

2.00%

Water Transport

1

4

2.00%

Water Transport- Water Potential

1

4

2.00%

Reproduction in Flowering Plant

5

20

10.00%

Embryo Sac

1

4

2.00%

Endosperm

1

4

2.00%

Pollination

3

12

6.00%


Chapter-wise Weightage of Zoology Section in NEET

Zoology in NEET 2018 is a sub-section of Biology Section. As per the previous year analysis of NEET Question Papers, Human Physiology has major contribution in Zoology section. The other major topic in NEET Biology Preparation is Endochrine System, also questions from Animal Kingdom, Biotechnology, Human Health and Disease are asked.

Chapter Unit

Number of Questions

Total Marks

Weightage Percentage

Animal Kingdom

3

12

7.50%

Chordates and Hemichordates

1

4

2.50%

Mammals

1

4

2.50%

Porifera

1

4

2.50%

Animal Morphology

1

4

2.50%

Frog

1

4

2.50%

Animal Physiology

1

4

2.50%

Frog Reproductive System

1

4

2.50%

Biomolecules

4

16

10.00%

DNA

1

4

2.50%

Enzymes

1

4

2.50%

Lipids

1

4

2.50%

RNA processing

1

4

2.50%

Biotechnology

3

12

7.50%

Artificial Vector

1

4

5.00%

PAGE

2

8

2.50%

Evolution

1

4

2.50%

Horse Evolution

1

4

2.50%

Human Health and Disease

3

12

7.50%

Immune System

2

8

5.00%

Infectious Disease

1

4

2.50%

Human Physiology

16

64

40.00%

Circulatory System

1

4

2.50%

Digestive System

3

12

7.50%

Endochrine System

4

16

10.00%

Excretory System

2

8

5.00%

Nervous System

2

8

5.00%

Respiratory System

1

4

2.50%

Sense Organs

1

4

2.50%

Skeleton System

2

8

5.00%

Human Reproduction

1

4

2.50%

Male Reproductive System

1

4

2.50%

Microbes in Human Welfare

3

12

7.50%

Bioprocessing

1

4

2.50%

Industrial Products

1

4

2.50%

Sewage Treatment

1

4

2.50%

Reproductive Health

2

8

5.00%

Artificial Fertilisation

1

4

2.50%

Contraceptives Method

1

4

2.50%

Strategies for Enhancement of Food Production

2

8

5.00%

Animal Husbandry

1

4

2.50%

Artificial Selection

1

4

2.50%

How to Prepare for NEET Biology?

With just a few more months left for NEET, your preparation must be in full swing. If you haven’t started your preparation then start preparing today. Prepare for topics as per the weightage in NEET exam.

  • In order to achieve a good level of preparation, you need to keep studying your biology course on daily basis.
  • Make sure that you are studying with the help of NCERT books. Go through the diagrams of NCERT as many questions are based on diagrams.
  • Solve all the examples provided in NCERT textbooks. In pre-medical exams, few tricky questions are asked in which the meaning and concept of the question is changed by replacing a few words.
  • It is better if you know the weightage of all the chapters so that you can prepare accordingly. Spend more time on the chapters with high weightage.
  • The topics carrying good weightage are - the Plant Physiology, Ecology, Cell Biology, Human Physiology, Molecular Basis of Inheritance, Biomolecules, and Biotechnology. So, students must focus on these chapters.
  • Topics like Animalia and Plantae are a bit confusing. Phylum non-chordata and class levels up to chordate also require consistent practice and revision.
  • Use markers to highlight important points in your notebooks.

How to prepare for NEET

NEET question papers will be set up by software designed to pick up questions randomly from a question bank consisting of a large number of questions,students must have a crystal-clear knowledge of all the concepts in the syllabus. There are more than 15,000 concepts in the syllabus of NEETs, covering all three subjects. Also, you must solve as many NEET practice questions as possible and improve your problem-solving skills.

1-At the same time, you need to improve your overall test-taking skills as well.

2-Practice is the key: Practice as much as you can. 100% of your NEET preparation comprises of practice. School Connect Online offers over best questions especially designed for the preparation of NEET  in our question bank to help you learn and strengthen concepts in each chapter.

3-Take All-India Level mock tests: Time Management and Accuracy Management very vital to crack exam like NEET,so give time-bound mock tests in a exam-like environment to improve your efficiency at attempting questions. School Connect Online offers an All-India Test Series that lets you compete with other students from all over India.

4-Clear all your doubts: Don't get stuck with doubts. Discuss and clarify them with Subject Experts and practice questions to become best in your weak point.

5-Study from the best sources: NCERT and several recommended books for NEET are the minimum resources you need. School Connect Online offers the best study material from all over the web to help you prepare better.

6-Revision is important: Maintain revision notes,points to remember. Revision is very useful when the exam is close and a good revision pattern will take less time.

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